Are there any /co/ shows out there that get you into the mood to draw/write/animate or do any sort of craft?
For me I'd have to say Gravity Falls and Mission Hill really get me in that zone where I can feel somewhat more confidant in my artwork but also try and learn new things.
Seeing how Alex Hirsch came out of art school and just made Gravity Falls which is really creative and yet so simplistic in its character designs, it was inspirational. Made me want to create something that great. The manga Bakuman too. And of course Zootopia. That documentary about how it was made is great
Gravity Falls isn't creative.
Alex literally stole every plot point and idea from Eerie, Indiana, and then pretended he did something amazing. all he really did was get Disney to accept the show and be a little more "Edgy."
Heathcliff leaps into Mrs. Nutmeg's lap.
Heathcliff is so sanitized but every so often they allude to something very dark and wrap it up in such cutsey imagery that it doesn't seem as such.
A simple question /co/:
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
>>You will never pick up your phone to hear instead of hello, a sibilant whisper of "Report."
>>You will never pour your soul out to the man who saved your life.
>>You will never hear that hissing parseltongue caress your ear with "Instructions."
She's just a waifu-ized Invader Zim.
And this is a problem how?
>Two Scooby-Doo movies come out in the same year.
>Both have Dracula in them.
>They're both completely different characters.
But, why though?
If Vampires are real I bet there are probably six different Draculas who all think they're the real deal or just want the prestige of being Dracula.
If you're old enough, who's going to tell you you're not Dracula? How would they know?
Remember that time Tom and Jerry talked?
Best comic book Superhero movie trilogy of all time? If not, then what?
Nolanbats is still a strong contender. Yeah, TDKR was subpar, but so was The First Avenger. It's hard to even consider this a 'trilogy' given how much it relies on stuff that happens in the Iron Man and Avengers movies.
Why is it that in seasons 1-3, Family Guy mocked both right-wingers AND left-wingers (pic related, I was howling in laughter at this scene), but ever since the revival it's been all one-sided DUDE REPUBLICANS LMAO?
Did Seths ego inflate over time?
American Dad was meant to serve the purpose of "F*** REPUBLICANS", but when Family Guy got uncancelled and became more popular, Seth wanted go get his message out to a wider audience. So FG got repetitive with the jokes while AD got more original.
How did they get away with it? Wouldn't Hanna Barbara get mad?
so. how long you think it's gonna last?
I mean Marvel is probably making plans for MCU movies up to 2025 or so. But do you think it's gonna last that long? Not just the MCU but the superhero movie genre in general.
Are people already getting burned out? Is Warner Bros hilariously late to the party? Was the first Avengers the peak of the superhero genre in terms of popularity and box office?
itt we discuss superhero movies, past present and future
If every movie was a rehash of batman or iron man films in structure then you'd have a leg to stand on.
Winter Soldier, ANTS, and guardians were all great films with the subgenre of superheroics because the directors don't want to make the same movie 20 times and call it a wrap.
>Tony is a father figure/mentor to Peter in the movies
>Peter has no friends and is lonely
>Matt befriends Peter and becomes a protective older brother figure to Peter in a netflix show
>Matt thinks Tony is a negative influence on Peter
This will never happen, please fucking kill me
>Wilson Fisk in the MCU
>Spider-Man in the MCU
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Peter Parker isn't ever going to show up on Netflix. Too valuable an IP, and the negotiations with Sony would be too much of a pain in the ass.
You could probably get a Miles Morales show going, but Marvel would probably be afraid that two Spider-Man properties going at once would confuse people.
Will it be good?
Or will they fuck it up?
>They fucked up Teen Titans
>They fucked up PPG
>the man in charge of telling the Avengers the government should handle superheroes literally created the Abomination
so why do people think stark was right again
a) Abomination wasn't a superhero
b) they don't necessarily know or believe that he was created by Ross
c) do you even Hulk, Ross never gets called on his shit, he's a walking military-industrial complex
Claire loves you, /co/.
1080P/ Need to disable adblocker but oh well: http://www.animepace.tv/anime-2016/watch/rwby-chibi-episode-1
RT wanted to delay the airing of this by a full week...
The rendering engine is garbage, they all look like they have 5 o'clock shadows and the general quality of it was just garbage. RT's gone so far down the drain it cant redeem itself at all.